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MDDUS welcomes shared high level principles on remote consultations
MDDUS welcomes the publication today of High level principles for good practice in remote consultations and prescribing by UK healthcare regulators and organisations.
MDDUS statement on new GMC guidance: The Reflective Practitioner - A Guide for Medical Students
MDDUS welcomes new GMC guidance for medical students on reflective practice
MDDUS records another year of growth in face of external challenges
MDDUS is reporting yet another year of sustained membership growth while addressing external challenges and distractions.
Discount rate change doesn't go far enough
The Lord Chancellor has today announced a change to the discount rate applicable to personal injury lump sum compensation payments to minus 0.25%.
MDDUS statement on UK Government response to consultation "Promoting professionalism, reforming regulation"
MDDUS Director of Advisory and Legal Services Emma Parfitt comments on the UK Government consultation response on “Promoting Professionalism; Reforming Regulation”
MDDUS welcomes GMC Fair to refer? report
Responding to today’s published GMC report Fair to Refer?, commissioned by the regulator to investigate the disproportionate number of referrals of BAME doctors to the GMC, MDDUS medical adviser Dr Susan Gibson-Smith said:
MDDUS board member receives CBE in Queen birthday honours list
MDDUS board member Professor Jason Leitch has been awarded a CBE in the Queen’s birthday honours list.
MDDUS welcomes findings of Hamilton review
Responding to the publication of the Independent review of gross negligence manslaughter and culpable homicide in medical practice, MDDUS joint head of medical division Dr John Holden said
Government can learn from BMJ Awards nominees
Speaking at the MDDUS-sponsored BMJ Awards at the Park Plaza Westminster last night, MDDUS chief executive Chris Kenny said:
MDDUS welcomes GMC plans to reduce number of full investigations
Responding to the General Medical Council’s (GMC) announcement today that they plan to reduce the number of full investigations following a successful pilot scheme, MDDUS medical adviser Dr Naeem Nazem said: